The Business Side of Teaching School Music: Working with Administrators
Instrumental teachers have a keen interest in professional development - studying conducting, instructional techniques, ensemble development and literature. Despite this commitment to professional growth, the thrill of having an outstanding ensemble eludes many directors.
Get a refresher on the other responsibilities of school music teachers, like music administration and the importance of building relationships in this tip sheet, The Business Side of Teaching School Music: Working with Administrators.
Republished with permission of the Music Achievement Council. For more tips on keeping music strong in your schools, visit the site devoted to all things music advocacy: www.supportmusic.com.